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Fig. 232. The Sternal Bars in a human embryo of six weeks

(after Paterson).

Body Wall, Ribs, and Sternum: Fig. 227. Median Ventral Line of the Body | Fig. 228. Median Ventral Line embryo three weeks | Fig. 229. Somatopleure is segmented | Fig. 230. Sternum in a Pronograde Mammal | Fig. 231. Sternum in a orthograde Mammal | Fig. 232. Sternal Bars human embryo of six weeks

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